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  • Portal de escritoras españolas

    Portal que  nace como reconocimiento y homenaje a aquellas escritoras que lucharon contra los convencionalismos sociales de su época y lograron, con su actitud firme y decidida, abrir las puertas de esos espacios literarios y culturales vedados hasta ese momento a la mujer. Dada la naturaleza del portal Escritoras Españolas, éste se concibe como un Portal en continuo crecimiento, en el que paulatinamente se irán incorporando las obras publicadas por otras muchas escritoras nacidas en distintas épocas y en el que tienen cabida tanto las escritoras que gozan en la actualidad de indudable reconocimiento literario como aquellas otras que permanecen en un injustificado olvido. Es, precisamente, uno de los objetivos primordiales del portal Escritoras Españolas, facilitar el acceso y la lectura de la obra de autoras que si bien en su época alcanzaron popularidad y estima intelectual, con el transcurrir del tiempo, han caído en el olvido, ya que sus obras no han sido reeditadas y, por lo tanto, se han convertido en textos de difícil acceso para los lectores actuales.

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  • Blog Teresa, de la rueca a la pluma

    Blog sobre Santa Teresa de Jesús (1515-1582) editado desde el monasterio de Carmelitas Descalzas de Puçol (Valencia). Contiene muchas noticias sobre la autora, enlaces, publicaciones… Se mantiene muy activo y contiene información muy relevante.

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  • RECIRC: The reception and circulation of Early Modern Women´s Writing, 1550-1700

    RECIRC is an ERC-funded project researching the impact made by women writers and their works in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. They are a team of 10 researchers based at the National University of Ireland, Galway. Their project runs from 2014 to 2019.

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  • Asociación española de investigación de historia de las mujeres

    Asociación fundada en junio de 1991 con los objetivos de coordinar la labor desarrollada en los distintos Seminarios de Estudios de las Mujeres existentes en las Universidades y Centros de Investigación del Estado Español, fomentar la investigación y divulgar los estudios feministas y de Historia de las Mujeres a escala nacional e internacional. Así como promover la investigación en el campo de la Historia de las Mujeres y de Género.

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  • Escritoras. Women Writers in Portuguese before 1900

    ESCRITORAS is an on-line catalogue of Portuguese Women Writers active prior to 1900. The use of the word Portuguese in this context should be understood in a broad sense, as broad as the political, geographic and linguistic borders of the Portuguese cultural area and of its changing configurations between 1490 and 1900. This means the inclusion of women writers born in Brazil, Africa and India during Portuguese rule. Because learned men and women born in Portuguese territories before 1700 wrote indifferently in Portuguese, Spanish and Latin, the same broad understanding led to the inclusion of their texts in languages other than Portuguese. The same inclusive criteria was applied to the concept of “Writer”: all the women listed are considered as Writers, regardless of the genre in which they wrote, of the volume of their textual production, of the way they disseminated their works, of the number of their readers, of the financial gains they obtained from this activity, or of their claims to originality.

  • Women writers’ networks

    Website addressed to students, researchers and others interested in women’s writing. It presents and invites research on women’s writing (before 1900) made possible by the database WomenWriters. Aim of this database is to furnish material allowing to study the position women authors occupied in the literary field of their days. The site intends to inform about this international collaboration and to provide preliminary results of research in this domain – as examples for students and for those willing to participate in the NEWW network, created within the project New approaches to European Women’s Writing (funded by N.W.O. Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research; 2007-2010).

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  • Red Transversal de Estudios de Género en Ciencias Humanas, Sociales y Jurídicas (GENET)

    Esta red pretende propiciar la colaboración entre especialistas de diversos ámbitos dentro de este área, como el Derecho, la Ciencia Política, la Sociología, la Economía, la Demografía, la Filosofía, la Antropología, la Historia, la Filología…, con el fin de investigar las causas y formas de la desigualdad por razones de género. Igualmente se propone encontrar claves de transformación de una organización social que sustenta este tipo de discriminación y fomentar, en cambio, la máxima participación y corresponsabilidad de hombres y mujeres en sus roles públicos y privados. GENET pretende canalizar iniciativas, coordinar masa crítica suficiente en cada una de las especialidades y dar mayor visibilidad y difusión a las investigaciones realizadas para que lleguen a sus usuarios finales: Ministerios y Administraciones Autonómicas, Departamentos de Postgrado y Tercer Ciclo, Institutos de Formación del Profesorado, Fundaciones, Empresas, etc.

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  • Centre dona i literatura, de la Universidad de Barcelona

    El Centre Dona i Literatura està situat a la Facultat de Filologia de la Universitat de Barcelona. Reconegut com a Grup de Recerca Consolidat Creació i Pensament de les Dones (CiPD) i finançat per la Generalitat de Catalunya (ref. SGR2005-00246). És la seu de la Càtedra UNESCO Dones, desenvolupament i cultures. Editor responsable de la revista anual Lectora. Revista de dones i textualitat. Editor de la sèrie “Mujeres y culturas”, publicada per Icaria Editorial de Barcelona.

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  • Instituto Universitario de Estudios de la Mujer

    El Instituto Universitario de Estudios de la Mujer (IUEM) de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid,  es un organismo oficial de investigación de dicha universidad reconocido como tal en 1993, que desde sus inicios se ha centrado, especialmente, en la investigación interdisciplinar del conocimiento feminista y la docencia como elementos transmisores de los avances científicos.

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  • Mujeres andaluzas. Biografías

    Recopilación de pequeñas biografías de mujeres andaluzas famosas o con mérito pero sin fama. No solo de mujeres individuales, también de colectivos. Algunas no son andaluzas de nacimiento, pero desarrollaron allí parte de su vivir.

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  • Asociación Internacional de Literatura y Cultura Femenina Hispánica

    El propósito de la Asociación es de fomentar el estudio de la literatura hispánica (española, hispanoamericana, luso-brasileña, afro-latinoamericana, US latina) escrita por mujeres. La Asociación ofrecerá la oportunidad para la presentación de ponencias, a través de su congreso anual que servirá de foro para el intercambio profesional, y para la divulgación de la investigación, por medio su órgano oficial, la revista académica, Letras Femeninas, y el boletín electrónico semestral, Grafemas.

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  • GEMELA. Grupo de Estudios sobre la Mujer en España y las Américas (pre-1800)

    GEMELA strives to unite scholars across traditional disciplinary boundaries through its focus on women’s cultural production in medieval and early modern Spain and colonial Latin America through 1800. Our purpose is to distribute information and knowledge about women and their role as cultural producers. Our conferences and publications encourage teaching and research based on all approaches related to our principal field of inquiry.

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  • Biblioteca de Mujeres

    La Biblioteca de Mujeres se creó en 1985 con la finalidad de reunir el mayor número posible de documentos sobre las mujeres, y específicamente para reunir la cultura y el saber que las mujeres hemos elaborado a lo largo del tiempo; ser la memoria histórica de las mujeres, especialmente, la historia de las mujeres en España, y reunir y conservar documentos que otras bibliotecas consideran que no merece la pena guardarse, como los elaborados por el movimiento feminista y los grupos de mujeres, entre otros.

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  • Women in Spanish, Portuguese and Latin-American Studies

    Women in Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies is a group of colleagues concerned with feminist studies and with the role of women in British and Irish Luso-Hispanism. On this website, you will find information about the organisation, their activities, and their members.

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  • Association for Hispanic Classical Theater, INC.

    The Association for Hispanic Classical Theater, Inc. was chartered as a non-profit organization in 1984 to promote and foster greater appreciation for Spain’s classical drama in production. An international organization, the Association counts among its members literary scholars, theatrical directors and producers, teachers, and other aficionados of Spain’s Golden Age of Theater. The Association maintains a rare collection of Spanish Renaissance and Baroque plays on film and videotape. The materials in the Association’s visual library are available to its members and serve as resources for scholarly investigations, an invaluable repertoire for theatrical companies, exciting tools for the classroom, and delightful entertainment for the general public.

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  • Society for the Study of Early Modern Women

    Network of scholars who meet annually, sponsor sessions at conferences, maintain a listserv and website, give awards for outstanding scholarship, and support one another’s work in the field. EMW welcomes scholars and teachers from any discipline who study women and their contributions to the cultural, political, economic, or social spheres of the early modern period and whose interest in it includes attention to gender and representations of women.

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  • Associazione Archivio per la memoria e la scrittura delle donne “Alessandra Contini Bonacossi”

    L’Associazione “Archivio per la memoria e la scrittura delle donne ” è nata nell’ottobre del 1998, dall’incontro di donne provenienti da diversi contesti culturali e politico-istituzionali, mosse dalla comune volontà di dedicare un’attenzione mirata al tema della valorizzazione e conservazione della memoria e della scrittura femminile. Scopo dell’Associazione infatti è valorizzare la scrittura delle donne del passato, “snidarne” le tracce, e, per la contemporaneità, arrivare alla conservazione e salvaguardia di archivi che rischiano la dispersione. L’intento è quello di operare un ampio scavo conoscitivo che permetta, attraverso l’indagine sui modi della produzione e della trasmissione della memoria femminile, di cogliere a fondo la trasformazione dell’identità delle donne e del loro rapporto con la scrittura.

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  • Dramaturgas & escritoras del siglo XVII

    Bibliografía actualizada de dramaturgas y escritoras del siglo XVII (A. R. Lauer). Contiene información sobre: Ana Caro Mallén, Mariana de Carvajal, Leonor de la Cueva, María Egual, Feliciana Enríquez de Guzmán, María de Jesús de Ágreda, sor Marcela de San Félix.

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  • Antología de poesía Iberoamericana

    Numerosos textos de mujeres poetas, que se enumeran en el correspondiente listado.

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  • A celebration of women writers

    Reúne información sobre escritoras de todo el mundo, agrupadas de diversas formas. El grado de contenidos sobre cada una de ellas es muy desigual y depende en gran medida de lo que esté disponible en webs a las que establecen enlaces.

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  • Feminae: Medieval Women and Gender Index

    Covers journal articles, book reviews, and essays in books about women, sexuality, and gender during the Middle Ages. Because of the explosion of research in Women’s Studies during the past two decades, scholars and students interested in women during the Middle Ages find an ever-growing flood of publications. Identifying relevant works in this mass of material is further complicated by the interdisciplinary nature of much of the scholarship.

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  • Internet Medieval Sourcebook

    Selected Sources on Sex and Gender (contiene una sección dedicada a la Península ibérica).

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  • Women Writers of the Middle Ages

    Listado bibliográfico sobre el tema, con algunas referencias a escritoras españolas.

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  • Monastic Matrix. A Scholarly resource for the study of women’s religious communities form 400 to 1600

    Monastic Matrix is an ongoing collaborative effort by an international group of scholars of medieval history, religion, history of art, archaeology, religion, and other disciplines, as well as librarians and experts in computer technology. Our goal is to document the participation of Christian women in the religion and society of medieval Europe. In particular, we aim to collect and make available all existing data about all professional Christian women in Europe between 400 and 1600 C.E.

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  • Biblioteca Italiana delle Donne

    La Biblioteca Italiana delle Donne nasce alla fine degli anni Settanta come parte del Centro di Documentazione, Ricerca e Iniziativa delle Donne, grazie a un progetto elaborato dall’Associazione Orlando. Una associazione di donne attive nella ricerca e nella politica, che vollero fondare un’istituzione autonoma per promuovere la cultura della diffrenza di genere e la presenza pubblica femminile.

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  • International Institute of Social History

    This page provides an overview of women’s and gender history projects at the International Institute of Social History (IISH), one of the world’s largest documentary and research institutions in the field of social history in general and the history of the labour movement in particular. Women’s roles in social movements are documented in IISH archival and manuscript collections. The Institute provides information on women’s and gender history elsewhere in the Netherlands and worldwide. It maintains ViVa, a current bibliography of women’s history in scholarly journals, the WWW Virtual Library Women’s History, and Kenau, the discussionlist for women’s and gender history in the Netherlands and Belgium. The web pages of the Socialism and Sexuality Network, the Dutch yearbook for women’s history and the Dutch foundation for early modern history are hosted by the IISH. The Institute participates in important projects on early modern women’s work and homosexuality in the Netherlands.

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  • AOIFE, the Association of Institutions for Feminist Education and Research in Europe

    The association , was founded in 1996 and brings together 86 universities and other organisations dedicated to Women’s Studies and Gender Research. AOIFE member institutions represent 27 countries in Eastern, Western, Northern, and Southern Europe.

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  • Instituto de la Mujer

    El Instituto de la Mujer es un organismo autónomo dependiente del Ministerio de Igualdad, a través de la Secretaría General de Políticas de Igualdad. Su finalidad es, por un lado, promover y fomentar las condiciones que posibiliten la igualdad social de ambos sexos y, por otro, la participación de la mujer en la vida política, cultural, económica y social. Por tanto, es el organismo del Gobierno central que promueve las políticas de igualdad entre mujeres y hombres.

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  • Who were the nuns?

    The key purpose of the database is to identify those women who entered the English convents from the foundation of the first new house in Brussels in 1598 until the end of the exile period when most of them decided to leave the continent and seek sanctuary in England because of the impact of violence associated with the French revolution and anti-religious legislation. The database has been compiled as far as possible from convent sources in England, Belgium, France and Maryland, USA.

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  • History of women religious

    This website has been created by members of the History of Women Religious of Britain and Ireland (H-WRBI) in order to encourage research and where  possible to make available material to facilitate that research at all levels.  We are broad in scope and time period covering the history of religous women from medieval to modern times.  The organisation includes both academics, archivists, students and others interested in this area of study. They come from all over the world and meet at our annual conference; otherwise they communicate electronically via a listserve.

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  • Diccionari biogràfic d’autors carmelites descalços de la província de Sant Josep Mercè Gras Casanovas (ACDCB)

    La base de dades Manuscrits Catalans de l’Edat Moderna (MCEM) és la continuació del Repertori de manuscrits catalans (1474-1714), un projecte de l’IEC que encetà la seva etapa definitiva el 1995 i ha pres forma amb la publicació de cinc volums en sis lliuraments: Repertori de manuscrits catalans (1474-1620), I-IV (Barcelona: IEC; Universitat de Barcelona; Institut Joan Lluís Vives, 1998, 2000-2001, 2003 i 2008) i Repertori de manuscrits catalans (1620-1714), I (Barcelona: IEC, 2006). El pas del paper al format de base de dades s’explica tant per la voluntat de facilitar la difusió del projecte com d’agilitzar-ne l’actualització i la incorporació de dades noves.

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  • Epistolæ: Medieval Women’s Letters

    Epistolæ is a collection of letters to and from women in the Middle Ages, from the 4th to the 13th century. The letters, written in Latin, are linked to the names of the women involved, with English translations and, where available, biographical sketches of the women and some description of the subject matter or the historic context of the letter.

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  • Franciscan Women: History and Culture. A geographical and bio-bibliographical internet guide

    This web database aims at providing in-depth information on Poor Clares, female Franciscan Tertiaries and aligned groups from the thirteenth through the eighteenth centuries, giving scholars and interested outsiders i.) a bibliographical overview of the scholarship done thus far in the field of female Franciscan studies, ii.) a descriptive geographical dictionary of all traceable female Franciscan communities with adequate references, and; iii.) an alphabetically organized bio-bibliographical dictionary of individual nuns, tertiary sisters, beguines and anchoresses within the Franciscan fold. In a second phase, we will add to this a number of vetted outside links to other scholarly resources on the web, as well as documentary and iconographical archives, presenting in digital fashion important documents and images.

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  • Donne e cultura scritta nel medievo

    Donne e cultura scritta nel medioevo si propone di costituire un archivio delle donne che hanno lasciato memoria di sé nelle testimonianze grafiche fino a tutto il secolo XV. Si prevede l’inserimento progressivo di nomi di copiste, con esclusione, nella fase attuale, di altre figure (come ad esempio miniatrici e legatrici) che hanno partecipato direttamente alla produzione manoscritta. I dati sono ricavati di norma dallo spoglio di fonti edite, non dalla autopsia degli esemplari: di qui la loro sinteticità e disomogeneità, che si spera col tempo di ridurre.

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  • Mujeres impresoras

    El trabajo que nos ocupa, aunque de carácter fundamentalmente recopilatorio, trata de poner en valor el papel de la mujer española dentro del mundo del libro y de la imprenta entre los siglos XVI y XIX. La mayoría de estas mujeres eran viudas e hijas de impresores que heredaron el negocio familiar y se encontraron en situación de darle continuidad. Determinar el grado de implicación que tuvieron en los trabajos del taller no está exento de dificultad; los pocos datos con que han contado los investigadores, reducidos en muchas ocasiones a los pie de imprenta y a la trascripción de los inventarios, y la escasa consideración social de la que ha gozado la mujer en diferentes ámbitos, entre ellos el del mundo del libro, hacen difícil la tarea. Recientes estudios abundan en la idea de que la mujer no participó únicamente en los trabajos de gestión, sino que intervino activamente en la actividad tipográfica, perfeccionando los tipos, expandiendo el negocio familiar con gran éxito comercial y contribuyendo en diferentes grados a la difusión de las ideas y la cultura de su época.

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  • The Perdita Project

    The Perdita Project is a collaborative project funded until 2005 by the AHRB in conjunction with Nottingham Trent University and Warwick University. It has produced an online guide to over 500 manuscript compilations in collections around the world. The Perdita Project, established in January 1997 by Nottingham Trent University, has purchased a microfilm collection of about 400 manuscripts compiled by women in the British Isles. These manuscripts were compiled during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, and consist of poetry, religious writing, autobiographical material, cookery and medical recipes, and accounts. The catalogue also includes the team’s research on the manuscripts and their compilers.

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  • ihistoriarte: curiosidades de la historia y el arte

    Una revista digital donde la historia, el arte y la literatura van unidos de la mano en un paseo por la cultura. En nuestra web encontraras: artículos de investigación histórica, noticias sobre arqueología, historia, arte o literatura.

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  • The Construction of Female Sanctity and Visionary Discourse (15th-17th Centuries): Analysis and Recovery of Conventual Writing

    The Construction of Female Sanctity and Visionary Discourse (15th-17th Centuries): Analysis and Recovery of Conventual Writing is a research project funded by Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad of Spain (Ref. FFI2012-32073) and directed by Dr Rebeca Sanmartín Bastida. It seeks to understand the construction of the identity of the so-called “holy women” and reconsider the female visionary discourse, which is relevant when studying the literary and social milieu of Medieval and Golden Age Spain.

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  • Early Modern Women: Lives, Texts, Objects. Blog by Martine van Elk

    This blog by Martine van Elk approaches women’s work in interdisciplinary ways, compares women from different countries, considers women’s “authorship” as not merely textual but also material, and highlights the lives and work of women who are not usually discussed, even in academic circles.

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  • Blog Mujeres en la Historia

    Breves biografías sobre mujeres que escribieron alguna página de la historia.

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